Cisco Systems OL-21636-01 Security Camera User Manual

Cisco IP Solution Center L2VPN and Carrier Ethernet User Guide, 6.0
Appendix B Working with Templates and Data Files
Using Templates with Service Requests
Figure B-8 Sample Templates Association Window with Templates/Data Files Selected
If multiple templates/data files are selected for a device, they appear as a comma-separated list, as shown
in the figure.
Step 8 Click the Finish button to create the service request with the template/data file selections you chose.
If the template associated to the service request is a super template comprising of one or more
subtemplates, ISC displays a message confirming this.
For information about how templates/data files are instantiated when the service is deployed, see the
information provided in the section
Associating Templates to a Service Request, page B-11.
Creating a Data File in the Service Request Workflow
During the final stage of setting the link attributes for a service request, the Template Association
window appears, such as the one shown in
Figure B-8. The Template Association window lists the
devices comprising the link, the device roles, and the template(s)/data file(s) associated with the devices.
You can choose the template(s)/data file(s) to be associated with the devices, as described in the section
Choosing a Template in the Service Request Workflow, page B-14. If one of the templates selected in
the Template Datafile Chooser window does not have an associated data file or if you would like create
a new data file for it, you can do this dynamically in the workflow while setting up the service request.
Perform the following steps to dynamically set up a new data file for a template:
Step 1 In the Template Association window, click the Add link in the Template/Datafile column for a device.
(If a template was previously selected for a device, click the link for the template name.)
The Add/Remove Templates window appears.
Step 2 Click the Add button.
The Template Datafile Chooser window appears.
Step 3 Navigate to a template in the folder tree and select it.